Vote for your favorite CogDaily posts of 2007

Earlier this week we asked readers which CogDaily posts we should submit to the Open Laboratory anthology. We didn't get many suggestions, and commenter Keely had a guess as to why:

Perhaps what would be more helpful is to post links to the articles YOU were thinking about, and we could sort of vote on which of those we liked best. Your question as it stands now is a little broad. This is perhaps why you've had relatively few responses.

Okay, we'll do it. Here are our top posts from the past year (we couldn't use Keely's nomination since that was originally posted in 2006). You can vote for your favorite below.

Take a look at the posts, then vote in the poll below! We'll submit our readers' favorites to the anthology.

We look forward to seeing what you think!

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